Watch: Former Gov. Florio tells cautionary tale about armed enforcers at the polls

Recalling a Republican-organized task force of mostly off-duty police in 1981, Florio cautions against stationing law enforcement at polling places on Election Day

President Donald Trump has talked about stationing law enforcement personnel at polling places on Election Day. Some see that as an attempt to intimidate voters. In New Jersey, it harkens back to Election Day 1981, when Republicans fielded something called the National Ballot Security Task Force, made up largely of off-duty police. It may have cost Jim Florio the gubernatorial election that year in his race against Republican Gov. Tom Kean. Former Gov. Florio goes on the record with Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron.